Whether you’re a veteran freelancer or just starting out as one, it’s important to convey a professional image to your client.
We recently caught up with Gregory Kanaan, a Boston-based attorney and blogger who specializes in legal issues facing freelance artists.
What happens when the work changes and the rate you’ve negotiated no longer covers the work you’ll need to do?
Last Monday, a link appeared on the Google homepage reading, "Here’s to the dreamers, doers, shakers, and makers."
You’re a freelancer. You know you’re great and that your services are worth every penny, but how do you convince a prospective employer?
Deciding how much to charge is an ongoing challenge for freelancers and independent consultants.
Choosing the right pay rate is a critical step for any independent contracting professional.
In this part, we'll talk about how you can subtract the costs of certain allowable items (deductions) from your income, getting you a lower taxable income rate.
In this post, we'll go over the different forms you'll need to use to file your taxes.
Paying taxes are a little bit more complicated as a freelancer. What does it mean to pay taxes as a freelancer?